FORMAL EDUCATION

Formal education was never one of Greg’s strengths.
His two favourite subjects were Recess and Lunch-time.

As he says, “I was always too busy chasing chicks and playing footy to be concerned with gaining an education”.

(Incidentally, he didn’t ever achieve any notoriety in either of these pastimes).

He just didn’t see the need for education because it was always his intention, upon leaving school, to start at the top and work his way up.

For some strange reason, things didn’t work out that way!

Fortunately, in his early-twenties, he was introduced to an international service organisation – Jaycees, (name taken from Junior Chamber of Commerce), which led him to discovering the importance of Self Education and Personal Development.


POST-FORMAL EDUCATION

‘Hammock University’

These days, his favourite form of education is what he calls ‘Hammock University’.

This entails lying on one of his favourite hammocks and listening to audio books from Audible.com via his mobile phone.

Audible has over 200,000 books across various genres. Greg’s favourites are business books and in particular those about the topic of Personal Franchising.
Some of his favourite authors include: Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter, Eric Worre, Robert Kiyosaki, Scott Welle just to name a few.